History

United Sikh Mission is a non-profit organization based in Southern California, USA. Before its present shape and form, it was operated for several years, mainly through the individual efforts of its founder, Rashpal Singh of Fontana, California. It was his personal and heart felt experience and realization that how much is needed and how much more we can do to deal with the plight of the poor in the rural areas of Punjab. He realized that individual efforts are limiting, ineffective and costly. With that in mind, he decided to reach out to friends and family while continuing to serve at a personal level. He gained experience and established contacts with the health care professionals in Punjab and continued holding Eye Clinics. Helping needy families to marry off their daughters has been another worth while cause carried out by him since 2005. He also realized that it was not enough, the greater participation and united efforts of all are needed to make a dent in the enormity of situation there.

In 2006, United Sikh Mission was incorporated as non-profit organization in California, US

Along with other associates, NRI Rashpal Singh, well-known philanthropist and entrepreneur in transpiration business became the founder of the “United Sikh Mission”.

United Sikh Mission organization that empowers communities worldwide to improve eye health and eliminate preventable blindness. In Punjab, local and visiting volunteers work with partner eye clinics to provide eye care in communities with the goal of creating eye disease-free communities.

Before going to set up the date for the camps, we contact the sub specialties of the hospital are the Cornea and Lasik Clinic, Glaucoma clinic, Vitreo-Retina department, Occuloplasty department, Vision Rehabilitation & Enhancement centre and Contact lens clinic.

Non-Profit Organisation The United Sikh Mission is a non-profits organization approved and registered with the Federal Internal Revenue Services of the USA and the State Franchise Tax Board of California. It is managed and operated by volunteers according to the strict guide lines set by the IRS.